In addition, this weekend, MADD (Mothers Against Drunk
Driving) will be there with the crash car and volunteers handing
out red ribbons and reminding folks not to drink and drive. The
Boise Police Department will also have a mobile breathalyzer on
hand beginning at noon to offer BAC tests to citizens as an
Once again this football season, Boise Police
remind football fans to:
• Drive safely to and from the football games. Do not drink and
• Park safely and legally. Those who ignore parking laws and/or
signs jeopardize safety and risk getting a ticket or being
• Drink alcohol in designated areas. For public safety, open
containers of alcohol are not allowed in public areas including
parks, parking lots and neighborhood streets.
• Be good neighbors, use crosswalks, throw away litter and respect
the safety and cleanliness of homes and businesses in the BSU
area. BSU Policy requires fans to be respectful, patient and
courteous of BSU staff, field operations workers and fans and staff
of opposing teams.
PARKING, TAILGATING ADVISORIES:
The Downtown Boise Association has
coordinated free shuttle buses from several convenient downtown
locations to Bronco Stadium. These shuttles run every 15 minutes
for two hours prior to game time, and immediately after the game
for one hour.
Please log onto www.downtownboise.org
for more information.
Neighborhoods / Public
To preserve neighborhood and public
safety, officers will be watching for parked vehicles that pose a
safety hazard, such as those parked blocking sidewalks, crosswalks
and fire hydrants, or parked too close to intersections or stop
Both Idaho State and Boise City codes prohibit
the following hazardous parking:
• Within 30 feet of a stop sign or yield sign;
• Within 20 feet of a crosswalk-marked or unmarked-at an
• Within 15 feet of a fire hydrant;
• On a sidewalk;
• On a yellow or red "no parking" curb.
These laws apply to all motor vehicles, including
motorcycles and scooters.
• Citation: most parking tickets carry a fine of approx
• Towing: motorists risk their vehicle being towed if the vehicle
is parked blocking a driveway, access way, fire hydrant, or parked
illegally in an alleyway.
Julia Davis Park:
Boise Police and Boise Parks &
Recreation remind football fans that all vehicles must be parked
legally within Julia Davis Park. Overnight parking is prohibited.
The park closes at midnight, vehicles left in the park past
midnight are towed. Illegally parked vehicles can be towed at
anytime. On game days, additional signs will be posted prominently
in the park to remind fans about parking regulations.
Glass beverage containers are prohibited
in all city parks. All other glass is to be removed from the
park by the user and not deposited in trash receptacles.
Alcohol is not allowed in Julia Davis
Parkwithout a permit for park shelter reservations. Those found
drinking alcohol in the park risk a citation (see penalties below).
For more on Julia Davis Park Safety regulations, go
Signs posted on the north and south
sides of University Drive restrict parking between 2:00 a.m. and
5:00 a.m. Violation of the parking restrictions is a $47. In some
areas, signage clearly indicates that violating vehicles will be
Officers want to remind citizens to
For public safety, Boise Police will be
watching for illegal alcohol use in the neighborhoods surrounding
Boise State, Julia Davis Park, and other restricted
Increases in people on neighborhood
streets, parks and parking lots in the Broadway area prior to the
games has in past years resulted in increased complaints and
concerns about illegal alcohol use and related problems like
disorderly conduct, underage drinking, drunk driving, assaults,
urinating in public, loud parties and littering.
It is a violation of city code to have
open containers of alcohol on public streets and sidewalks, city
parks without a parks dept. permit, and within 250 feet of the
Boise River. This includes private parking lots open to the public
(private parking lots with catering permits are the exception).
• Those carrying open containers of alcohol on city streets,
sidewalks, city parks or parking lots risk getting a citation.
Illegally possessing an open container of alcohol or urinating in
public is a misdemeanor that requires a court appearance with a
possible penalty of a fine up to $1,000 or 6 months in jail.
• Minors found in possession of alcohol risk a drivers license
suspension and/or a fine.
The goal of
police advisories and patrols is to keep citizens safe, and to
maintain the cleanliness and safety of the neighborhoods
surrounding the BSU campus.